9th Jagran Film Festival saw Kalki Koechlin interacting with audience
The cinematic aura of the Jagran Film Festival continues to spread and woo its audience on the third day of the Mumbai Chapter. The splendid event which commenced in Delhi, touched 18 cities before coming to Mumbai, and is schedule to culminate tomorrow. The second last day of the Grand Film Carnival witnessed Kalki Koechlin drop by and interact with the audience, while sharing her unusual experiences while shooting her film Ribbon- which was released last year and screened at the second day of 9th Jagran Film Festival.
‘Mumbai Premier of Sadho’ directed by Danish Iqbal, a film in Chhattisgarhi and Hindi, entertained the audience. Post its screening, a conversation between the directors engaged everyone, who enthusiastically participated. A special screening of Hindi film ‘Aamo Akha Ek Se’, directed by Prathiba Sharma, followed by a chat with the viewers, explored prospects in such themed movies.
Kalki Koechlin, spoke to the audience about her experience on motherhood- post and pre – pregnancy with the film Ribbon and also shared her thoughts about how Regional cinema has to struggle a lot in our nation!
The conversation by Ram Subramanian on ‘Master Class by Cinema Of Sellers’, involved people who soaked the knowledge beams with immense interest. JFF recommended, Malayalam Film Ee. Ma. Yau., directed by Lijo Jose Pelissery, had the audience rapt and seated. International film in Japanese, Eriko Pretended, directed by Akiyo Fujimura, in 2017, had the onlookers engage in cross culture cinema with developing curiosity in Japanese Motion Pictures.